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Architectural Resources at SHSMO
The State Historical Society of Missouri is home to numerous collections concerning the built environment. These collections include the records of architectural firms, the papers of local architects, and nearly seventeen thousand sets of architectural drawings documenting residential, commercial, industrial, and institutional structures not only in the state of Missouri, but throughout the country. During this session, archivist Rachel Forester will share the vast architectural and landscape architecture collections held by the State Historical Society of Missouri, and attendees will learn what resources are available, how to conduct research, and how to gain access to the collections. Online and free, registration required.

Jun 3, 2020 10:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Rachel Forester
Archivist @The State Historical Society of Missouri
Born and raised in the Ozarks, Rachel Forester grew up in the small town of Newburg, Missouri. Forester received her master's degree in public history with an emphasis in historic preservation from Southeast Missouri State University. She completed her undergraduate studies in history at Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla. A fifth-generation Missourian, Forester started working at SHSMO in 2016.